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Justification by Works and Sola Fide

The Word as a Means of Grace

Solus Christus: What the Reformers Taught and Why It Still Matters

Glory to God Alone: Another Look at a Reformation Sola

SBJT Forum

Book Reviews (Winter 2015)

SBJT 19.4: Remembering the Reformation Solas (Complete)

Towers | May 2016

Towers | April 2016

Towers | March 2016

Towers | February 2016

Towers | Dec-Jan 2016

SBJT 19.3: 2 Corinthians (Complete)

Table of Contents (Fall 2015)

Editorial: Learning from Paul’s Second Letter to Corinth

Every year we devote one issue of SBJT to a study Lifeway’s January Bible study book. For 2016, our focus is on Paul’s second letter to the Corinthian church. In focusing our attention on this specific book of Scripture, I am reminded about the story told by Kent Hughes regarding one of the world’s most…

The Message of Second Corinthians: 2 Corinthians as the Legitimation of the Apostle

Paul does not write abstract theological disquisitions. His word is always a “word on target,” intended to address the needs of his readers at times in which he himself cannot be present with them.1 All of Paul’s letters are likewise personal. Second Corinthians is intensely so. The question at stake here is the legitimation of…

The Glory of God in 2 Corinthians

The Glory of God in 2 Corinthians1 I cannot expect to understand the mysteries of God … If I understood God, He could not be the true God. A doctrine which I cannot fully grasp is a Truth of God which is intended to grasp me. When I cannot climb, I kneel. Where I cannot…

Καταργέω and the People of the Shining Face (2 Corinthians 3:7-18)

Καταργέω and the People of the Shining Face (2 Corinthians 3:7-18)1 In his book To Change the World: The Irony, Tragedy, and Possibility of Christianity in the Late Modern World, sociologist James Davison Hunter is concerned that the Church of the West now finds itself mired in a media-driven culture. Reality becomes constituted by the…